Finally up to par


Sydney Grace Warran, Senior Staff Writer


The Cascade girls golf team has taken on a different look over the past four years. 

This year saw the team finish stronger than perhaps any other in school history.  And that success has come from all the hard work put in by the golfers over the past few years. 

This year they had medalists and won a county championship, which was the first time in over a decade. They were Southmont invite runners up. They were undefeated in dual matches this season. Their only regular season loss was to 6A Brownsburg.

These accomplishments are huge for the program. The community was very excited about the strides that were made this year.

Senior Addy Stevens said, “Our most important win has definitely been our Indiana Crossroads Conference win as we have not won Conference since 2011.” 

This group of girls have worked very hard to build a program that has seen leaner days. Led by a core group of seniors, the team has gone from few victories to course royalty.

Senior Brianna Andres said, “ We are always willing to push each other to do our best.” The girls have contributed countless hours on the course preparing for success. At practice, the golfers work on three core aspects of the game including chipping, putting and the driving range. 

Coach Marshall said,  “ Out of the eight years I’ve been coaching, these past four years the girls have had the drive to get better everyday.” 

The seniors are leaving an incredible mark on the golf program. Andres is hoping to play at the collegiate level.  The community and younger players are hopeful for the success to continue.